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📒The Snowball Effect ✍ Deb Loughead
✏The Snowball Effect Book Summary : Dylan and his friends snowball cars for entertainment on the weekend. When they don't get enough reaction from passing cars, they put rocks in the middle of their snowballs. Their first attack with the loaded snowballs causes a car crash. His friends flee, but Dylan goes to the scene of the accident to make sure the driver is okay. He runs off when he knows help is on the way. Dylan is sighted, and rather than being punished, he is lauded as a hero. As his lies pile up, so does the hype about his heroics, and along with it, Dylan's guilt.
📒The Snowball Effect ✍ Timothy McIntosh
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📒Earth Science ✍ Christina Reed
✏Earth Science Book Summary : Contains a history of earth sciences, providing definitions and explanations of related topics, plus brief biographies of scientists of the twentieth century.
📒Religion And Popular Culture In America Third Edition ✍ Bruce David Forbes
✏Religion and Popular Culture in America Third Edition Book Summary : The connection between popular culture and religion is an enduring part of American life. With seventy-five percent new content, the third edition of this multifaceted and popular collection has been revised and updated throughout to provide greater religious diversity in its topics and address critical developments in the study of religion and popular culture. This edition also adds to the end of each chapter new the pedagogical tools of discussion questions and key term glossaries.
📒Keith Moon There Is No Substitute ✍ Ian Snowball
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📒Marketing Research Tools And Techniques ✍ Nigel Bradley
✏Marketing Research Tools and Techniques Book Summary : Balancing theoretical and practical elements of marketing research and showing students how to implement research themselves, this book covers the traditional principles and skills involved in marketing research, such as primary and secondary research, sampling, analysis, reporting and presentation.
📒Dead Straight Guide To The Jam ✍ Rick Buckler
✏Dead Straight Guide to the Jam Book Summary : Jam drummer Rick Buckler was one-third of the powerhouse sound of The Jam along with Paul Weller and Bruce Foxton. The group had 18 consecutive UK Top 40 singles from their debut in 1977 to their break-up in December 1982, including four No 1 hits. More than any other group, The Jam kept the tradition of three-minute, hook-driven British guitar pop alive providing a blueprint for generations of bands to come. In this book, Rick Buckler talks us through the formation of The Jam and their early days - being signed by Polydor, their fi rst No 1 record, the video shoots, tours and beyond. Buckler also picks the 50 greatest Jam tracks and tells us how they were written, recorded and the stories behind every one of these classic songs. This book also critiques every Jam studio album as well as listing every Jam tour, The Jam on TV, Awards, video locations and more.
📒Little Critter Snowball Soup ✍ Mercer Mayer
✏Little Critter Snowball Soup Book Summary : After Little Critter, Little Sister, and Dog spend the snowy morning building a snowman, they realize he must be ready for lunch and so they feed him snowball soup. Simultaneous.
📒Divining Desire ✍ Liza Featherstone
✏Divining Desire Book Summary : Over the course of the last century, the focus group has become an increasingly vital part of the way companies and politicians sell their products and policies. Few areas of life, from salad dressing to health care legislation to our favorite TV shows, have been left untouched by the questions put to controlled groups about what they do and don’t like. Divining Desire is the first-ever popular survey of this rich topic. In a lively, sweeping history, Liza Featherstone traces the surprising roots of the focus group in early-twentieth century European socialism, its subsequent use by the “Mad Men” of Madison Avenue, and its widespread deployment today. She also explores such famous “failures” of the method as the doomed launch of the Ford Edsel with its vagina shaped radiator grille, and the even more ill-fated attempt to introduce a new flavor of Coca Cola (which prompted street protests from devotees of the old formula). As elites have become increasingly detached from the general public, they rely ever more on focus groups, whether to win votes or to sell products. And, in a society where many feel increasingly powerless, the focus group has at least offered the illusion that ordinary people will be listened to and that their opinions count. Yet, it seems the more we are consulted, the less power we have. That paradox is particularly stark today, when everyone can post an opinion on social media—our 24 hour “focus group”—yet only plutocrats can shape policy. In telling this fascinating story, Featherstone raises profound questions about democracy, desire and the innermost workings of consumer society.
📒Six Steps To Boost Student Learning ✍ Karen A. Goeller
✏Six Steps to Boost Student Learning Book Summary : This inspirational and reader-friendly guide offers school leaders six quick and achievable steps for transforming teaching and learning into a high-impact action plan. Author Karen Goeller shows how effective curriculum, instruction, and assessment work can help students overcome college, career, and life challenges. With its clear steps and concrete advice, this text will help school leaders in any district ignite passion for continuous school improvement and sustain a culture of ongoing and collaborative learning. Topics include: • crafting a purpose statement that will rally students, teachers, and families around an essential focus; • using data to boost school improvement and student performance; • streamlining curriculum and instruction; • building meaningful relationships among students, teachers, and families; • leveraging instruction strategies to improve student engagement; and • energizing staff and students with networking strategies and transition activities. Each chapter offers research tips, guides to action, numerous examples, reflection questions, immediate take-aways, and downloadable tools. Karen Goeller is Deputy Superintendent for the Vigo County School Corporation in Indiana and Adjunct Instructor of Educational Leadership at Indiana State University.